If you forgot to check the Reinvest Dividends option while purchasing a stock or ETF on schwab, you can do so after the fact via the following:
First click through Accounts>Positions>Market Value:
Then scroll down to the stock for which you want to reinvest dividends, and look for the
Reinvest? links on the right side of the table:
Click on the
No link and then change it.
Creation Date: 2020-08-04
Name: Lorraine Kelly
Creation Date: 2020-10-07
The new website does not have the option to change reinvest to non re-invest. How is this done on the website now--cannot locate..????
Creation Date: 2020-12-09
Accounts/positions/option on the right of each stock.
Name: Vinay M Dulip
Creation Date: 2021-01-30
Creation Date: 2021-02-09
Thank you...can't believe that's where they put it.
Name: Mathew M Snyder
Creation Date: 2021-03-01
I want to Stop my DRIP regarding my Exxon stock but I’m unable to find the procedure on the Charles Schwab website—
Creation Date: 2021-03-06
Name: Thank You
Creation Date: 2021-03-23
Searched all over the Schwab site for this, couldn't find. Simple, once you know where to go. Many thanks.
Creation Date: 2021-04-08
Thank you! Their interface is so unintuitive.
Creation Date: 2021-05-27
I tried to find this information at Schwab and couldn't (too many irrelevant results) so I came here and had it fixed in a minute. Much appreciated.
Name: Paul Boutiette
Creation Date: 2021-09-24
Found it! Go to Accounts, Positions, and then at the top of the chart of your securities click on the blue "Settings gear" and enable the Reinvest? box and Save. Then there will be a column on the right side of your securities where you can choose to reinvest or not. Took me a while to find it.
Name: Britney in miami
Creation Date: 2021-11-06
Thanks! Super helpful!
Creation Date: 2021-11-23
Thanks a lot
Creation Date: 2022-04-02
Had to click settings to make Reinvest show but this worked. Thanks!
Creation Date: 2022-05-24
For folks who cannot see the Reinvest? column in the table, it can be enabled using the Settings option right above the table.
Creation Date: 2022-10-08
Thanks! I went to the Schwab search for help on this question and I didn't get anything useful. Simple explanation without a video!
Creation Date: 2023-01-12